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Bruce Springsteen Announces First E Street Band Tour Since Clarence Clemons' Death

Bruce Springsteen Announces First E Street Band Tour Since Clarence Clemons' Death

Bruce Springsteen and his E Street Band have a new album, Wrecking Ball, due out on March 5, and as you can expect with legacy acts like the Boss, he has announced a mega tour to coincide with the album's release. It kicks off on March 18 in Atlanta, and runs through (at least) July 18 in Helsinki. So there are plenty of chances to catch him between then and now. 

It's the E Street Band's first tour since the death of saxophonist Clarence Clemons last summer. He had been with the band since the early '70s. Here are the dates:

 

 

  • 03.18 Atlanta, GA: Philips Arena  
  • 03.19 Greensboro, NC: Greensboro Coliseum
  • 03.23 Tampa, FL: Tampa Bay Times Forum
  • 03.26 Boston, MA: TD Garden
  • 03.28 Philadelphia, PA: Wells Fargo Center  
  • 03.29 Philadelphia, PA: Wells Fargo Center
  • 04.01 Washington, DC: Verizon Center
  • 04.03 East Rutherford, NJ: Izod Center
  • 04.04 East Rutherford, NJ: Izod Center
  • 04.06 New York, NY: Madison Square Garden
  • 04.09 New York, NY: Madison Square Garden
  • 04.12 Detroit, MI: The Palace of Auburn Hills
  • 04.13 Buffalo, NY: First Niagara Center
  • 04.16 Albany, NY: Times Union Center
  • 04.17 Cleveland, OH: Quicken Loans Arena
  • 04.24 San Jose, CA: HP Pavilion F
  • 04.26 Los Angeles, CA: Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena
  • 04.29 New Orleans, LA: New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival
  • 05.02 Newark, NJ: Prudential Center 
  • 05.13 Sevilla, Spain: Estadio Olimipco
  • 05.17.18 Barcelona, Spain: Estadio Olimpico Lluis
  • 05.25 Frankfurt, Germany: Commerzbank Arena
  • 05.27 Cologne, Germany: Energie Stadion
  • 05.28 Landgraf, Netherlands: Pink Pop
  • 05.30 Berlin, Germany: Olympia Stadion
  • 06.02 San Sebastian, Spain: Estadio Anoeta
  • 06.03 Lisbon, Portugal: Rock in Lisbon
  • 06.07 Milan, Italy: Stadio Meaza
  • 06.10 Florence, Italy: Stadio Francesco
  • 06.11 Trieste, Italy: Stadio Trieste
  • 06.17 Madrid, Spain: Estadio Santago Bernabu
  • 06.19 Montpellier, France: Park & Suites Arena
  • 06.21 Sunderland, England: Stadium of Light
  • 06.22 Manchester, England: Etihad Stadium
  • 06.24 Isle of Wight, England: Isle of Wight Festival
  • 07.04.05 Paris, France: Bercy
  • 07.07 Roskilde, Denmark: Roskilde Festival
  • 07.09 Zurich, Switzerland: Stadium Letzigrund
  • 07.11 Prague, Czech Republic: Synot Tip Arena
  • 07.12 Vienna, Austria: Ernst Happel Stadium
  • 07.14 London, England: Hard Rock Calling
  • 07.17.18 Dublin, Ireland: RDS
  • 07.21 Oslo, Norway: Valle Hoven
  • 07.23.24 Bergen, Norway: Koegen
  • 07.27.28 Gothenburg, Sweden: Ullevi
  • 07.31 Helsinki, Finland: Olympic Stadium

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